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Guinea Arrests 38 in Conde Attacks

The government of Guinea has arrested 38 people in connection with two attacks last week on the home of President Alpha Conde.

An official with the justice ministry told reporters Tuesday that the suspects include 25 military personnel.

Conde escaped harm in both of the July 19 assaults.

In the first attack, Conde said the gunmen targeted his bedroom with gunfire and a bazooka in the pre-dawn hours. The president was not sleeping in his bedroom at the time.

Hours later, shooting broke out again near his home.

Police Lower Death Toll in Norway Attacks to 76

Norwegian police have revised their casualty figures for a mass shooting and bomb attack last Friday, lowering the number of people killed to 76.

Police say a gunman killed 68 people on Utoeya Island, where hundreds of young people had gathered for a summer camp organized by the ruling Labor Party. Officials say the previous figure was inflated due to confusion at the site. They also raised the number of people killed in a car bombing in Oslo's government district to eight

Car Bombing in Yemen Kills at Least 9 Near Military Base

Yemeni officials say a sucide bomber outside a military base in the country's restive south has killed nine soldiers and wounded more than 20 others.

Officials are blaming al-Qaida militants for Sunday's attack in the city of Aden. They say the bomber exploded his vehicle

Officials say the blast occurred as troops were preparing to leave for Abyan province to assist in fighting al-Qaida-linked militants.

No one has claimed responsibility for the bombing, but officials suspect the militants may be behind the attack.

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Lalor To Discuss Terrorist Transfer on Fox & Friends Tomorrow

Iraq Veterans for Congress founder Kieran Michael Lalor will appear on the Fox News Channel’s talk show, Fox & Friends, tomorrow morning. The appearance is scheduled for 7:15 am.

Lalor has been called on to discuss the Obama administration’s plan to transfer to Iraqi custody, Ali Mousa Daqduq, a high level Hezbollah commander with Iranian ties who killed five American soldiers in Iraq in 2007. Lalor believes the decision is reckless because of Iraq’s poor record of detainee security and Iraq's growing diplomatic ties with Iran.

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Blast Rocks Norway Government Headquarters

A large explosion in Norway's capital, Oslo, rocked government headquarters on Friday, killing at least two people and injuring 15 others.

The powerful blast also set the nearby oil ministry building on fire. Hundreds of windows in the 17-story government headquarters were shattered, as were others in buildings as far as 400 meters away. Thick, black smoke billowed from some of the offices, and streets in the normally quiet neighborhood were littered with debris from the explosion.

Prime minister safe

Somali Militants Will Block Aid to Famine-Stricken Areas

Somalia's militant group al-Shabab says it will not allow aid groups it has banned from operating in famine-stricken areas of the country.

The al-Qaida-linked group has called the United Nations declaration of a famine in two areas under its control "propaganda."

This week the U.N. declared a famine in southern Somalia's Bakool and Lower Shabelle regions and said nearly half of Somalia's population needs urgent aid. On Friday the World Health Organization said five more regions in southern Somalia are on the brink of famine.

Fresh Violence Erupts in Pakistan's Karachi

Fresh violence has erupted in Pakistan's largest city, with at least 11 people killed Friday.

More than 18 others were wounded in clashes between rival groups in Karachi.

Authorities would not say whether the killings were politically motivated.

Political and ethnic violence has killed at least 100 people in Karachi so far this month. The unrest has escalated since the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) party pulled out of Sindh province's ruling coalition in June.

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Feds Target Airline Pilot for Exposing TSA Security Sham on YouTube

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